Offshore Activity

Galp wants to be Statoil’s pilot fish in Brazil


Galp selected as an absolute priority in Brazil, the bidding of the North area of the Carcara field (BM-S-8), in the Santos Basin, scheduled for 27 of October.

Galp is trying to convince Statoil to enter the bidding, repeating part of the consortium that owns the BM-S-8 concession. Galp is the “small fish” of the operation holding only 10%. Statoil became the largest shareholder of Carcara with the acquisition of 66% of Petrobras.

Categories: Offshore Activity

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